Recreation Assistant Manager (Vacancies)

City of Columbus


Job Description
Recreation Assistant Manager (Vacancies) Print (http://agency.governmentjobs.com/columbusoh/job_bulletin.cfm?jobID=3559102=0) Apply Recreation Assistant Manager (Vacancies) Salary $23.41 - $35.12 Hourly Location Varies by positionJob TypeFull-timeDepartment51 Columbus Recreation and Parks DepartmentJob Number22-3163-V3Closing 10/4/2022 11:59 PM Eastern + Description + Benefits DefinitionUnder direction, is responsible for assisting with the management of a recreational center, or developing and overseeing recreation related programs on a Citywide basis; performs related duties as required.Examples of Work(Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all of the duties that may be performed.+ Assists in directing recreational programs, classes, activities, and/or special events at Recreation and Parks community recreational center(s) and its adjacent grounds or plans, organizes, coordinates, schedules, directs, and evaluates a major recreational program on a Citywide basis;+ Assists in the oversight of programming for participants with differing skill capabilities and evaluates safety awareness needs, such as those for novice, expert, elderly, special needs, and children participants;+ Plans, organizes, schedules, and coordinates, competitive activities, sports leagues, and special events; officiates and/or judges various competitive events or arranges for such; maintains and posts team and league standings and individual and group statistics;+ Promotes programs, activities, and special events by coordinating the preparation, posting, and/or distribution of flyers and posters, newsletter and newspaper articles, and press releases;+ Ensures consistent communications to interested parties or participants regarding variety of topics such as program policies, recreational facility rules, and activity participation;+ Develops relationships with community providers to facilitate programming for participants that may include bringing services to a city location (e.g. health fair, social resources) or off site leisure trips (e.g. museums, cultural attractions)+ Reviews complaints and attempt(s) to resolve problems;+ Oversees the use of a Recreation and Parks facility; moves throughout the facility and grounds to oversee the cleaning, maintenance, and readiness for participant use; takes action to remedy facility issues;+ Ensures facility spaces are ready for recreational participation or event usage which may include lifting, organizing, or arranging supplies, tables, or chairs; restores utilized spaces by ensuring area is clean of debris and supplies are put away properly;+ Issues and maintains the inventory of program equipment, materials, and supplies;+ Assists in the oversight of requisitioning of supplies, equipment, materials, and services needed for major programs and individual or center classes, programs, and activities;+ Assists in the oversight of the instruction of program participants, in the fundamentals, rules, and techniques of various physical activities, arts and crafts, performing arts, domestic arts, nature activities, and table and group games;+ Conducts formal training sessions, clinics, and workshops in recreational specialty areas for recreation personnel, athletic officials, and special groups;+ Maintains records and prepares reports, memos, letters, and sections of various manuals; may prepare grant, financial, tax, inventory, or insurance reports;+ Supervises subordinate recreation personnel by making work assignments and schedules, monitoring and reviewing work performed, guiding and motivating subordinates, providing counseling, training, and/or orientation when needed, and evaluating subordinate performance in writing;+ Recruits, trains, schedules, and supervises volunteers and employees engaged in a variety of activities;+ Attends seminars, workshops, training sessions, and conferences;+ May supervise aquatics staff; may teach water safety, life-saving, and/or lifeguard training;+ May drive a City vehicle to transport program participants to activities and events.Minimum QualificationsPossession of a bachelor's degree and two (2) years of experience in the field of recreation or leadership experience in community service. Substitution(s): Two (2) years of experience, as stated above, may substitute for two (2) years of the required education on a year-for-year basis.Possession of a valid Water Safety Instruction Certificate and a valid Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor certificate is required for assignment to the aquatics program. Some positions may require the possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license.Test/Job Contact Information Recruitment #: 22-3163-V3Employment Type: Full-Time (Regular)Should you have questions regarding this vacancy, please contact:Arianna PowellColumbus Recreation and Parks Department1111 East Broad St.Columbus, Ohio 43205P: (614) 645-7539E: akpowell@columbus.govThe City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity EmployerThe City of Columbus seeks to promote compensation strategies that maximize the recruitment, performance, development, and retention of quality employees in support of the City's Covenant and strategic plan. In addition to a competitive pay plan, the City offers a comprehensive benefits program that includes the following:+ Medical+ Dental+ Vision+ Short-term Disability+ Life Insurance+ Wellness Program+ Tuition ReimbursementSpecifics about these benefit opportunities and eligibility can be discussed with one of the City's human resources professionals at the time of your interview or by contacting the Department of Human Resources, Labor Relations Office at (614)645-7206 for further information.AgencyCity of ColumbusAddress 77 N. Front Street, Suite 330 Columbus, Ohio, 43215 Phone (614) 645-8300 Website http://www.columbus.gov/civilservice Apply Please verify your email address Verify Email
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